Brazil's Rousseff wants Mercosur trade protection


* Fast-growing Mercosur economies hit by cheap imports * Brazil's Rousseff calls for "rebalancing" of trade By Guido Nejamkis LUQUE, Paraguay, June 29 (Reuters) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said on Wednesday South America's Mercosur trade bloc should protect local industry by raising trade barriers against cheap imports from outside the region. Representatives of the group, which also includes Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, met in the town of Luque, near Paraguay's capital ...

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